Here are some interesting tech trends developing this year that I think are worth following and talking about. Web Apps Twitter recently decided to drop their native Mac app in favor of a Progressive Web App AKA a “PWA”. You
I’ve put together a document to compare the various specs of available tablets.
It’s getting to be that time again… Gadget season is swiftly approaching and I have a wish list of features I’d like to see in the latest tablets. Here is my top 10 list of things I’d like to see this season: Front facing
Every once and a while I come across a new technology that gets me excited. Today I came across something that’s been around for a couple of years but has yet to get much attention. It’s a new wireless audio protocol called “SKAA”
I love listening to music on my macbook but the built-in audio controls don’t work as smoothly with 3rd party apps as I’d like. Below are a few of my favorite apps for getting everything working smoothly. BeardedSpice A menubar
In my previous post I talked about my desire for an increase in portable displays. UPDATE: The Royole Corporation released their HMD at CES which looks like a viable competitor to the Avegant’s product. Avegant appears to have something similar
I know a lot of developers who are gamers (myself included) that love to play games in their spare time. With the direction the industry is going (towards VR and 3D goggles), here are a few things I’d love to see in the future…
A few new websites I found useful this week: Apache htaccess Tester Useful for troubleshooting those pesky rewrite rules! Mr Interface’s Virtual Keyboards A virtual typing simulator that emulates the sounds of various popular keyboard switches. Features Cherry, Alps, Monterey, Topre, and Buckling Spring.
Here is a handy tip for those of you who use Chrome’s developer tools. You might be familiar with the network panel and the ability to sort network resources ascending or descending by column. However, there isn’t an obvious way to
I found a few internet treasures this weekend that I think you’ll like. Check them out below. How to route audio for specific apps to different outputs in OS X This was an AWESOME find. I love to listen to music